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ENDEAVOR, crim. law. An attempt. (q.v.) Vide Revolt.

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The completion of the RTO signals MC Endeavors' business model shift to the technology field with social commerce platforms.
The artists partner with Audacious Endeavors to offer pieces to present at the conscious art gatherings.
With that in mind, co-CEOs Ari Emanuel, Patrick Whitesell and Dave Wirtschafter and TV department head Rick Rosen flew in staffers from WMA and Endeavor offices in New York, as well as WMA bureaus in London, Nashville, Miami Beach and Shanghai.
-- Resellers partners are service providers, value-added resellers (VARs) and systems integrators that sell Endeavors' products
A spokesperson for Endeavors has said that the company expects Magi Secure XIM to encourage organisations to adopt IM for business use as the security has been improved and all communications can be monitored.
Our company has developed a proven track record of assisting mid-sized companies, both private and public, on how to maximize their real estate usage and meet their financial objectives through the re-deployment of real estate capital to higher yielding endeavors.
May all your entrepreneurial endeavors be satisfying and enriching!
With this acquisition, MC Endeavors will increase the purchasing power to acquire wholesale doors, hardware, windows and other supplies directly from manufacturers and cut costs, the buyer said in a press release.
Parsons will use the technology from Endeavors to make applications available to its employees' desktops across the company.
In fact the bond between agent and client is in large part responsible for the growth of Endeavors roster, which has risen from approximately 100 clients at the start to nearly 300 now.
Companies can now request a selected Windows application from Endeavors' central servers and have it delivered to a desktop.